This charming North West enclave is a popular area of Burlington with a great sense of community, and an ever popular spot directly located on the stunning Niagara Escarpment.
This is a very typical Burlington suburb, and you’ll find plenty of well-constructed 2-story homes on reasonably sized lots, as well as single family homes and semi-detached condos and townhomes. There’s something for every type of buyer here, often at a very reasonable price point.
This is suburbia at its finest, and you’ll find double income families with multiple children, with a healthy sprinkling of single folks in some of the condos and townhouses.
Just moments away from The Bruce Trail and rural Burlington, this is paradise for the outdoorsy person (or family) who enjoys skiing, golfing, hiking and more. The location is very convenient, and you’re always close to shops and other amenities. There’s also easy access to the 407, the Go Station, and other major travel routes—one of the reasons this remains so popular with the commuter crowd.
Bruce T Lindley Elementary School
Brant Hills Elementary School
St. Mark Elementary School
MM Robinson Secondary School
Bounded by Dundas Street (Hwy. 5) to the North, Brant Street to the West, Guelph Line to the East and the Hydro Parkway to the South, is situated on the Niagara Escarpment.